Race three was better for us. After the restart from the start line incident, which happened behind me, I was back up the front end, finishing fifth, and racing with the people I prefer to be racing with. I loved it. They have class, they give enough room, they don’t slam into the back of other drivers.
It was a crazy weekend, and I don’t want to slag anyone off, but at times things got out of hand this weekend. Touring cars is about hard racing, and if you clamp down on that then you'll lose the spectacle that attracts so many fans – but some of the racing this weekend was like amateur hour. We were lucky no-one got hurt.
As a whole the weekend was a missed opportunity – the car felt great but I was stuck in traffic too much to unleash its full potential. I’ve dropped down to eighth in the standings now, this season is so up and down for everyone and that wasn’t the weekend we needed. Hopefully we can change our fortunes at Knockhill in two weeks time…
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